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Bush institute exec pushing 'civility' pledge leaked Steele dossier to media outlet in 2016
David Kramer, who revealed in 2017 he had been behind Steele Dossier media leak, organized unity pledge by 13 presidential libraries
By Jessica Chasmar Fox News
Published September 10, 2023 4:48pm EDT

The George W. Bush Institute executive who organized a joint statement by 13 presidential libraries pledging to unify to preserve democracy was previously revealed as the person who leaked the infamous Steele dossier to BuzzFeed after the 2016 election.

David Kramer, the executive director of the George W. Bush Institute, spearheaded a statement Thursday signed by 13 presidential libraries dating back to Herbert Hoover.

"By signing this statement, we reaffirm our commitment to the principles of democracy undergirding this great nation, protecting our freedom, and respecting our fellow citizens," the statement read, in part. "When united by these convictions, America is stronger as a country and an inspiration for others."

Kramer told C-SPAN last week that he had organized the statement in order to "remind fellow Americans that we are a great nation rooted in the ideals of freedom and democracy, and that we are best when we show compassion and tolerance, pluralism and respect for others, and that united we’re a much stronger country."

He told The Guardian that former President Bush "did see and signed off on this statement."

Kramer previously made headlines in March 2019 after his deposition on the debunked Steele dossier was unsealed by a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

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